Review ~ Perfect Strangers by J.T. Geissinger

Perfect StrangersPerfect Strangers by J.T. Geissinger
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Argh! I should have known that J.T. Geissinger throws the curve balls of all curve balls! Perfect Strangers certainly captured me right from the first chapter, and I was hopeful that Olivia would find happiness once again. It was sweet to see her slowly let James in, despite them keeping it simple. There was definitely intense chemistry going that was going to last longer than 3 months. James was the perfect guy, even though he had secrets that he couldn't share.

Then the curve ball… I swear I had silent tears all the way through this section. My heart broke for Olivia as I got to understand everything that happened: what she lost, how her life really was and the challenges that she had. The epilogue threw me a little, but I was happy to see everything work out, but my heart was already shattered. This truly was an amazing and memorable read.

Title: Perfect Strangers
Author: J.T. Geissinger
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Published: September 29, 2019

“These kisses of his...they're demanding and possessive. They're hungry and deep. They're the kisses of a man who wants more of a woman—who wants everything—and isn't going to stop until he gets it."

Author Olivia Rossi hasn’t been able to write a word since tragedy struck two years ago and ripped her world apart. Heartbroken and still haunted by the past, she accepts an offer to spend the summer at a friend’s apartment in Paris in search of healing and her lost muse.

What she finds instead is James, an enigmatic stranger who ignites in her an unexpected and all-consuming passion.

Agreeing to tell each other nothing more than their first names, Olivia and James embark on a torrid affair. But the more time they spend together, the more Olivia begins to realize her summer fling is turning into a powerful connection…and that the magnetic man she’s falling in love with might not be what he seems at all.

Author's Note: This is a work of literary fiction, not a romance. Readers looking for a traditional happy ending should look elsewhere.

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